This course is currently available now for Fall 2020 at The International Center of Photography
(Co-taught with artist Magali Duzant)
This class looks at how artists have engaged with the ebb and flow of daily life as fodder and inspiration for their art practices from the 1960s to now. Students will become knowledgable of current and past art trends of the everyday; how artists of the past utilized their daily encounters to produce art in contrast and in comparison to contemporary artists’ work produced through a more digital, physically removed, lens. Students will gain perspective on where art of the everyday is situated among other artistic practices through conversations structured to pull apart the minutiae and importance of the routine, to empower personal moments as creative growth, and to weigh the small activities in life as insightful and necessary to art making.
Dates: October 8 – December 17, 2020
Meets: Thursdays from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Location: CE Zoom Classroom
Fall Tuition: $650
Previous participant’s work shown below: